Kristin Hapke
Title: Visiting Assistant Professor of Dance ; Coker Faculty Member Since 2013
Education: B.A., University of Oregon;
M.F.A., Ohio State University;
Department: Dance
Office: Performing Arts Center- Room 125
Office Hours: By Appointment
Phone: 843-383-8067
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Website: kristinhapke.com

 

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Kristin Hapke, Visiting Assistant Professor of Dance is the Director of Repertory Dance Company, Artistic Director of tindance company in Seattle, WA. Her work has been produced in New York City, Seattle, Portland, Philadelphia, Washington DC and Columbus as well as in Canada, The Netherlands, Germany and Poland. Her collaborations with media artist Marlon Barrios have received international recognition for their emergence of improvisation and interactive technologies. Hapke was awarded a full scholarship to Jacob Pillow’s Choreographer’s Lab and has been nominated for the ACDFA/Dance Magazine Award for Outstanding Choreographer for her piece, Tracking presented at the Kennedy Center. As a professional dancer she has worked with Seattle-based companies Scott/Powell Performance, Maureen Whiting Company and Crispin Spaeth and performed works by New York choreographers Bebe Miller, Zvi Gottheiner, Phillippa Kaye and Vanessa Justice. In January 2013, she performed as a soloist in Jurg Koch’s rendition of Nijinky’s Rite of Spring, at University of Washington Meany Hall. Recently, Hapke was awarded an Artist Trust Grant for her latest work terrain in Seattle, WA.

Hapke received her MFA in Dance from Ohio State, her BA from University of Oregon and her Laban/Bartenieff Certification from Integrated Movement Studies in Seattle, WA. Hapke has taught dance technique, improvisation, somatics and movement analysis at The Ohio State University, Cornish College of the Arts, University of Washington, Hunter College, Columbus Dance Theater and Velocity Dance Center. During 2011 as a Visiting Professor at Slippery Rock University, she choreographed several works on students, performed in faculty concerts and choreographed an evening length showcase. This is her first year as an Assistant Professor at Coker College and currently teaches modern and ballet technique, improvisation, choreography and dance history.

 
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